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  1. I believe this is due to a longstanding bug in the lander, where after teleporting, some frame of reference is incorrect and KSP's velocity calculation is off. I think that the velocity of the ship is calculated in an orbital reference frame, whereas the surface is in the surface reference frame. An interesting case is that the navball states a surface velocity of near-zero, but quite clearly there's a movement >50m/s over the ground. That reference frame mismatch causes rapid translation of the vessel over longitude in unpredictable but consistent ways before OrbitPhysicsManager.HoldVessel
  2. There's been a prebuilt version for a while now, available on http://www.kerbaltek.com/hyperedit the Beta2.dll You're also free to clone and build it yourself, I tried to make it as easy as possible to build.
  3. Yeah, I just pushed. Also includes the button for "vessel up is up". https://github.com/Ezriilc/HyperEdit/blob/2c392d8481f6b4734f8f614533d76620e0ba4aed/Model/Lander.cs#L392 Relevant code (extracted) is: var oldUp = vessel.orbit.pos.xzy.normalized; // can also be vessel.vesselTransform.position, I think var newUp = teleportPosition.xzy.normalized; // teleportPosition is the orbitspace location (note the .xzy) var rotation = Quaternion.FromToRotation(oldUp, newUp)*vessel.vesselTransform.rotation; vessel.SetRotation(rotation);
  4. Hmm. I implemented something in the dev version, it will be included in the next release - when teleporting with the lander, orientation is preserved. That is, whatever was up (relative to the planet you're currently over) will still be up after you click "land", no matter where you teleport to. I'll likely also add some absolute orientation buttons by the time it releases (buttons such that vessel up is up, vessel forwards is up, etc.).
  5. There is no good way! That's why it's not implemented in hyperedit. You could use Vessel.forwards (or whatever field it's called, don't have the api handy right now), but what if the ship is a plane, not a rocket? Then forwards would be up! There's no good way to determine which way a user intended a vessel to be rotated, so I said it's best to just let them deal with it.
  6. I think this actually might be our fault and not another mod. I just uploaded HyperEdit_beta1.dll on kerbaltek.com, could you download that one (and replace HyperEdit.dll with it) and see if the NullReferenceException is fixed? I think it's due to a bug in the "land here" function, and me not updating it when I added the move-when-landing (ijkl) feature.
  7. I'm not sure what you mean by "accurate", but it certainly still works. As to what it is relative to, I'm not entirely too sure - the KSP documentation doesn't say much (actually... nothing at all), but I'm guessing it's relative to the rotation that it was modeled/created in. That, of course, doesn't make much physical sense in-game - so it's probably best to play with that parameter while actually looking at the planet, to make sure it's in the right orientation.
  8. Wow, super neat mod! Judging by people's reactions, this was something seriously lacking in hyperedit (although nobody ever requested it...). Kudos to you for implementing it!
  9. Well that's dumb. You probably want to get that looked into and fixed. http://www.kerbaltek.com/_downloads/hyperedit/HyperEdit-1.4.1_for-KSP-1.0.zip
  10. Oh boy... I've heard stories of this type of problem in the coding world, never actually encountered them myself. Kind of amazed I haven't run into something until now. However, I think the problem might not be related to your localization - in particular, there was a nasty bug related to saving and loading landing coordinates in the main release. Could you try out the "HyperEdit_hotfix.dll" linked at the bottom of this page? http://www.kerbaltek.com/hyperedit Simply rename it to "HyperEdit.dll" and replace the other downloaded dll with it. If you've already done that, then... hmm. I think I m
  11. You appear to be un-checking "rotates" and checking "tidally locked". Tidally locked does not mean "does not rotate". You *need* to leave it checked when setting kerbin to be tidally locked - kerbin in general does not enjoy not rotating (other planets are fine, though). Works fine for me when rotates and tidally locked are both checked.
  12. This was already requested a few pages ago - http://forum.kerbalspaceprogram.com/threads/37756-0-90-HyperEdit-v1-3-Dec-17-2014-Teleporter-Orbit-Planet-Editor-More/page70 basically, no, because doing so would turn the Simple menu into exactly what Complex is - so why not just tab over to Complex anyway? Simple should stay simple.
  13. My apologies, I re-worked a lot of things and apparently forgot to test that one. I fixed both these problems, you can download the fixed dll here http://www.kerbaltek.com/hyperedit at the bottom, the hyperedit_hotfix.dll (I don't have access to the main download area, so I'll have to wait for Ezriilc to get on for that to be updated) Edit: Also fixed the planet persistence problem. (hey, at least that one wasn't my fault, Squad did weird things with their code)
  14. Just a quick note, the reason that I made it this way (allow one to teleport high above the surface and slowly lower down) is because there's no good, easy way to rotate a vessel with KSP's API. Anything that I could hack together would likely be fairly explodey. Also, there's not really a good way to get the "up" of a ship - what if it's a rocket, then forwards on the cockpit is up, but if it's a spaceplane, then up on the cockpit is up! So sorry about the inconvenience, if you have suggestions on how to make it better I'd be happy to listen, but that's as good as I could come up with.
  15. This makes absolutely zero sense whatsoever. Are you absolutely certain that HyperEdit is the cause of the issue, and it's not just a coincidence that uninstalling it "fixes" the issue? HyperEdit does not interface with maneuver nodes at all in the codebase, not even a mention of the word "maneuver", so I'm entirely baffled how hyperedit could be the issue. Edit: Tried to reproduce the issue myself, was unable to even with hyperedit installed. I guess if you're still having the issue, try both the current version of hyperedit as well as the beta located at the bottom of the page here - http://
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